The Bank Beat eNewsletter is a financial industry specific newsletter that provides articles related to current events in the banking industry. Topics covered include operational aspects of the industry, as well as regulatory, accounting and tax issues.
In a recent article published by American Banker, author John Heltman takes a look at the recently released findings of the Federal Reserve’s Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey. Overall, it appears that business lending is growing stronger. Findings of the study indicated the following: An increase in commercial credit line limits for big firms; An … Read More >
Mobile banking presents something of a quandary: while consumers desire to use mobile banking and seek banks that offer innovative features in this area, concerns about data security and privacy often prevent them from embracing the new technology that they seek. Bill Streeter takes a detailed look at this predicament in a new article for … Read More >
In spite of the recent rollback of a number of Dodd-Frank regulations, small banks will not be seeing much relief from their regulatory burden, writes Zach Fox in a recent article for Banking Exchange. Fox details the items included in the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155) and also discusses why … Read More >
The Accounting Edge eNewsletter is comprised of important and informative articles related to businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals. The articles cover a broad range of topics from retirement to new accounting laws and regulations.
Over the past 30 months, the price of a barrel of oil has increased from the mid-$30s to—in recent days—as high as the mid-$70s per barrel. At almost half the historic $150 per barrel price level nearly 10 years ago, how will the market react if oil reaches $150 again, as some analysts are speculating? … Read More >
A large number of Americans intend to keep working past retirement age. For many, their reasons are financial. Some have a high level of debt while others are afraid if they retire too soon, they will run out of money. Working longer offers several financial benefits. Those who put off retirement are able to: Accrue … Read More >
Every year we experience new challenges in the world of computer hacking —as well as new solutions. Cyber hackers have become aggressive, so business owners must be more vigilant. Because clients are the source of your revenue, it is critically important to ensure their data never gets into the wrong hands. According to a recent … Read More >
Investment banks can be a good predicator of the health of the market in the near future. Investment banks make the bulk of their money on mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings and financing activities (bond issuances and syndicated loans). As a result, we can look at investment bank fees and performance as a proxy … Read More >
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Client Tax Organizer
A tax organizer can facilitate the process of pulling together your tax information. This basic tax organizer is designed for new clients and allows you to enter your information right on the screen. You can then print the completed tax organizer and fax or mail it to the office. Current clients should contact the office to request a “proforma” tax organizer that includes prior year information and carryover data.
Federal Tax Forms & IRS Publications
Looking for a federal tax form? Browse this online tax forms library to find downloadable IRS forms. The forms are presented in PDF format and are acceptable for filing with the IRS. You may also choose from dozens of helpful tax publications developed by the IRS to help taxpayers have a better understanding of various tax issues. Available in PDF format, these publications are written in a plain language format geared specifically to taxpayers.